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Connie Haines Collection 1939-54
Artist: Connie Haines
Format: CD

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Label: ACROBAT
Rel. Date: 07/02/2021
UPC: 824046338626

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DISC: 1

1. Comes Love
2. Buds Won't Bud
3. You Think Of Everything
4. Two Dreams Met
5. Isn't That Just Like Love ?
6. Swing Time Up In Harlem
7. You Might Have Belonged To Another
8. You're Dangerous
9. Will You Still Be Mine ?
10. Let's Get Away From It All (Pt. 2)
11. Kiss The Boys Goodbye
12. What Is This Thing Called Love?
13. Snootie Little Cutie
14. He Wears A Pair Of Silver Wings
15. At Last
16. She's Funny That Way
17. Do You Love Me?
18. Shoo-Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy
19. But What Are These
20. You Made Me Love You
21. Silly-No, Silly-Yes
22. What Has Happened To Joe?
23. The Darktown Strutters' Ball
24. Stormy Weather
25. How It Lies, How It Lies, How It Lies!
26. You Told A Lie
27. Maybe It's Because
28. Hang On The Bell, Nellie
29. Wouldn't It Be Fun
30. Me, Myself And I
31. Old Man Mose
32. How Come You Do Me Like You Do
33. All I Do Is Wantcha
34. Let's Choo Choo Choo To Idaho
35. Of All Things
36. No Other Love
37. Along The Navajo Trail
38. Swingin' Doors
39. A Bushel And A Peck
40. The Man I Love
41. Lover Man
42. Dear! Dear! Dear!
43. Destination Moon
44. Too Many Hearts
45. Lemme Go
46. Love Lies
47. Mississippi Mud
48. Pink Shampoo
49. Make A Joyful Noise Unto The Lord Pt. 1
50. I Can't Get Enough!

More Info:

Working first with the orchestras of Harry James and then Tommy Dorsey, in the latter case alongside Frank Sinatra, she had notable success during the war years before recording with Gordon Jenkins